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Joze Pirjevec

history educator

Joze Pirjevec, Italian history educator. Fellow Nobel Institute, Oslo, 1994. President Slovene Library., Trieste, 1984-2001, Slovene Theatre, Trieste, 1987-1991. Member Slovene Academy of Sciences.

Background

Pirjevec, Joze was born on June 1, 1940 in Trieste, Italy. Son of Miroslav and Ottilia (Oswald) Pirjevec.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, University Trieste, 1966. Postgraduate diploma, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa, Italy, 1969. Diploma, Diplomatische Academy, Austria, 1971.

Doctor History, University Ljubljana, Slovenia, 1976.

Career

Associate professor University Pisa, Italy, 1971-1977, University Trieste, 1977-1986, full professor, since 1996, University Padova, Italy, 1986-1996. Professor University Padova, Italy, 1986-1996, University Koper, Slovenia, since 2001. Researcher Academy of Sciences, Moscow, 1976, Alexander von Humboldt-Stiftung, Munich, 1976-1993, Kennan Institute, Washington, 1981.

Works

  • Author: Niccolo' Tommaseo Tra Italia & Slavia, 1977, Storia Della Russia Del XIX Secolo, 1984, Tito, Stalin e L'Occidente, 1985 (Kidric prize 1988), Jugoslavia 1918-1992, 1995, History of the Slovene Minority in Italy 1866-1998, 1998, The Yugoslav Wars: 1991-2001, 2003.

Membership

President Slovene Library., Trieste, 1984-2001, Slovene Theatre, Trieste, 1987-1991. Member Slovene Academy of Sciences.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, sailing, gardening, collecting art objects.

Connections

father:
Miroslav Pirjevec

mother:
Ottilia (Oswald) Pirjevec